LITIGATION LAWYERS, CFAs and DBAs

We work with a broad range of legal professionals specialising in litigation who can offer options to work alongside, or as alternatives to, litigation funding such as Conditional Fee Agreements (CFAs) or Damages-based agreements (DBAs) where a client’s exposure to its own legal costs is limited.  We set out...

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Coronavirus & Force Majeure

Coronavirus (Covid 19) & Force Majeure – Can I and should I terminate? Funding Action is seeing a significant rise in commercial disputes due to Coronavirus and the serious disruption it is causing to the ability of businesses (large and small) to carry out its obligations under commercial agreements....

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Supreme Court Ruling – a Triumph of Democracy and Rule of Law

2019 was a momentous year for British politics and more broadly, constitutional law in the UK. Aficionadas of British politics watched with amazement and incredulity as the Westminster political drama played out over the summer and autumn months of 2019. At times, the House of Commons resembled a Shakespearian...

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Litigation Funders bid farewell to the Arkin Cap (for now)

​In the 25 February 2020 case of Chapelgate Credit Opportunity Master Fund Ltd v Money & Ors, the Court of Appeal dismissed Chapelgate’s appeal on the costs order handed down by the High Court. Chapelgate’s appeal argued that the funder should only be liable to pay the successful defendant’s legal...

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